What is video splitting?
Video splitting is when you splice up different recordings to edit a video. Many screen recording and video conferencing tools require you to complete the full recording and download the file. Then you have to use a separate video editing tool to split any clips. With Tella, you can record several clips and edit them afterwards, so your final videos are the way you want.
How to split your video
Step 1: Record
From the Tella recorder, pick the screen and webcam you want to capture. Record as many clips as you need. You can pause the recording at any time and record another.
Step 2: Edit
Once you have all your clips recorded, use Tella’s editor to split, trim, rearrange, or re-record clips. You can splice up the video however you want. Additionally, change the background and the layout of how your screen and webcam are positioned in the recording. Tella has several templates to choose from, or you can customize your own background.
Step 3: Share or Download
When you’re finished recording, click “Finish.” You’ll then be redirected to the page to share it. You can download it, share it with a link, embed it on your website, and more.
How do you split up a video?
You can split a screen recording video easily with Tella. Record as many clips you need for your presentation, demo, pitch, or update. When you have all your clips recorded, Tella’s intuitive editor makes it easy to quickly cut and splice different clips so that your final video is professional and online includes what you want it to.
What is the difference between trimming and splitting?
Video trimming is when you shorten the beginning or end of a video. Video splitting is when you splice up several clips, combining them together to make an entire video.
How can I split a video?
Tella’s screen recording and editing app has a free trial. Sign up with two clicks and begin recording your screen. When you have all your recordings, use Tella’s app with no restrictions. Split up as many clips as you need to make your video complete.